The French Champions have spent over 100 million euros on new players this summer but could still bring in some new signings if they are able to sell some players.
Paris St Germain manager Laurent Blanc has said the French Champions will need to sell some players before he can bring in any new signings, Goal.com reports.
Les Parisiens have spent over 100 million euros on new players this summer, with the likes of Edinson Cavani and Marquinhos coming to the Parc des Princes for inflated transfer fees.
The Ligue Champions have endured a tough start to the new season, drawing their first two games and although reports have suggested that the club could bring in more new players, Blanc insists he is more concerned with trimming his squad.
“It makes sense to let some players go so we may buy others. If this happens we still have time, but this is not going to happen today,” the 47-year-old told reporters at a press conference.
Blanc recently took over from Carlo Ancelotti at PSG and the new manager will be under a lot of pressure to replicate the success that the Italian had last season at Les Parisens.
PSG have recently been linked with moves for Newcastle’s Yohan Cabaye and Manchester United winger Nani, while defender Mamadou Sakho could be on his way out of the Parc des Princes, with Liverpool interested in signing the defender.